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Aesop Rock’s Guide to San Francisco

Aesop Rock’s Guide to San Francisco

Not only is Aesop Rock a dope emcee, he knows what’s up when it comes to sniffing out a great taqueria or a late-night snack in San Francisco. The NY-to-SF transplant shares some of his favorite things about the city.

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Hot Compilation: SCION A/V Presents Trouble & Bass: Sounds of NYC

Hot Compilation: SCION A/V Presents Trouble & Bass: Sounds of NYC

Scion A/V has teamed up with talented NYC-based label Trouble & Bass to release a compilation guaranteed to get your feet movin’ and heart pumping. Showcasing some of the NYC’s best underground bass, this soundtrack was directly influenced by all sounds New York.

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Preview: Jared Mees and the Grown Children @ Amnesia

Preview: Jared Mees and the Grown Children @ Amnesia

  Portland’s Jared Mees and the Grown Children are every bit as exuberant as their moniker suggests. Equal parts pop and spastic rock, this five-piece has a way of leaving its audiences sweaty, winded and gleefully content. Catch them Friday at Amnesia.

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Preview: This Charming Band @ Slim’s

Preview: This Charming Band @ Slim’s

You never got to see The Smiths in their heyday, and you missed Morrissey at Coachella in ’09. Heaven knows you’re miserable now. But don’t panic. The Moz turns 52 this Sunday, and you can dance alone in your underwear to “This Charming Man,” or…

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Review: A-Trak at Mezzanine

Review: A-Trak at Mezzanine

Fools Gold Records was in full effect Monday night as A-Trak, Kid Sister and Gaslamp Killer took over Mezzanine.

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California Summer Music Festival Guide

California Summer Music Festival Guide

If you are looking to expand your music festival repertoire beyond the local Outside Lands and Treasure Island festivals, you have plenty of options as summer gets under way. Check out our picks for best outdoor music festivals within a day’s drive of San Francisco.

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Win VIP Tickets to Outside Lands

Win VIP Tickets to Outside Lands

We’re celebrating the launch of SF Station Deals by giving away 1 pair of VIP tickets to Outside Lands — just a taste of the sweet bargains to come. Find out how to win after the jump.

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Podcast: Scuba vs SCB

Podcast: Scuba vs SCB

This Friday As You Like It joins Public Works to offer the best of feel-good, electronic dance music. One such act is Paul Rose, who goes by the monikers Scuba and—his recent, more techno-oriented alias—SCB, and is well-known in the post-dubstep scene as the label…

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Q&A: Aimée Argote of Des Ark

Q&A: Aimée Argote of Des Ark

Aimée Argote, the genius behind the band Des Ark, has spent the better part of the last ten years working through a rotating cast of drummers and guitarists, learning the beauty of simplicity, building a cabin in the woods, living a “fucked up hobo life,”,…

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Celebrate Bob With Lauryn

Celebrate Bob With Lauryn

It’s official: Lauryn Hill returns to SF next Wednesday  for a one-night tribute to Bob Marley at Mezzanine.  She’ll be covering a bunch of tunes by Bob Marley & The Wailers and throwing some of her hits in the mix, too. General admission tickets are…

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Week in Photos: All That Jazz

Week in Photos: All That Jazz

From Ditty Dirty Money to the Fleet Foxes on down to New Orleans, our photogs covered all the bases at local shows and clubs, and beyond.

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Preview: Sleepy Sun @ Slim’s

Preview: Sleepy Sun @ Slim’s

San Francisco’s own Sleepy Sun will be spreading the psych this Friday, providing main support to Austin’s The Black Angels at Slims. Still riding the rave reviews surrounding their latest release Fever, the band launched a digital single of the song “Desert God” with an…

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